• Friends of Dana-Farber

    Friends' Board and Bios

    Christina Glen

    Christina Glen grew up in Wayland, Mass., the eldest of four children. She attended Dana Hall School, graduated from Colby College with a degree in Economics and then earned an MBA from Duke University. Her professional career included stints in banking and information technology. She lives in Weston, Mass., with her husband David and their two teenage children. Christina has been a member of the Friends' of Dana-Farber for a number of years.

    Christina plays a significant role in many board activities including co-chairing the 2002 Pops Gala, the creation and launch of The Great Chefs Cooking for Great Friends cookbook, and co-chairing the Key to the Cure event at Saks Fifth Avenue for the past two years. She also has held several positions on the Executive Committee.

    In addition to the Dana-Farber, Christina is involved with Mother Caroline Academy, a school for underprivileged girls in the inner-city, as well as participating in a number of other organizations in Weston. She particularly enjoys spending time with her family, whether skiing or vacationing in Vermont or on Nantucket in the summer.

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